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... about Y6. Some bananas, about Y7. Some oranges, don’t remember. Some grapes, about Y11 or Y12. Put them in my shopping bag after indicating to him that I don’t need to add yet another plastic bag to the world’s landfills. Asked him how much and he showed me his calculator that he had been adding it all up on. Y11, OK, and so I took Y11 from my wallet. He showed me again, Y71 – I hadn’t ...
I went to church with my friend Phil today. And no, it was not in Chinese, the service was in English :P Today I realized how much I've gotten used to hearing the people around me talk only in Chinese. Just as we walked in for the service, I heard a guy talking to his son in English and it threw me off for a second. It sounded so weird to hear someone who wasn't one of my friends, speak perfect English!
Overall, it was pretty good. I loved it because I got to see and meet ...
... and the dictionary meaning comes up. You can do this for all characters in the document.
And trainchinese dictionary, it has phrases for the words you look up. Pleco only has meaning, not usage.
The two of these tools on ipad and I have been able to learn to read most of week one's notes in a couple of days. Something that simply would not be possible without these two apps.
Back to study (jia you) literally "add oil"
I want to shift 100,000,000 tons of goods easily. How can I do that? I know, I'll build a canal. How long a canal? Oh, about 1,700 kms. That sound OK? And when shall we start this large project? Oh, how about in 486 BC? And along the way, let's invent a 'pound lock’ to enable the ships to travel up elevations as well as down. Ok, let’s get started …
And so ...
... same for them except maybe one or
two classes. Before we got our schedules, we took a quick placement test to
gauge the level we should be placed in and I’ve been placed in level中级办(zhong
ji ban) which is the level between beginner and intermediate classes. As you
might expect, the classes being taught in all Chinese threw me off for a bit,
but after sitting through the first half hour (classes are an hour and forty
minutes each) I ...